Road Safety and Public Transportation in Croatia
Public transportation in Croatia is generally safe, and the roads are properly maintained.
However, you should exercise normal precautions when taking a tour around the country,
either in trains, buses, trams, or taxis. You should always protect your important items
and keep your money safe while in transit.
The most common forms of public transport in Croatia are trains and buses, which cover
almost every region. They are efficient if you plan to make domestic or international travel.
Train tickets are usually available at train stations. However, if the offices are closed,
you can get your tickets on the train (although they may be more expensive). Needless to
say, they are safe and comfortable.
Buses are also comfortable for road trips in Croatia. You can purchase a prepaid card,
a stored-value card, or a paper ticket to take a bus trip. You can also load credit
from your paper ticket to your card at a Tisak kiosk. If you can't get a paper ticket
at the station, you can get it on the bus. However, it may be more costly.
Are taxis safe in Croatia? Taxis in Croatia are safe and traceable. Although there
are public and private taxis in Croatia, official taxis are safer because they're more
easily tracked and their prices monitored.
You should note that Croatian taxis are often high-end, beyond expectations. So if you
are taking a taxi, make sure that you really need it. If not, you can opt for a bus or
a flight to your destination. Also, you should be careful about seeking counsel on the
best bars and relaxation places from taxi drivers, as it could cause you to pay more